The front seats are roomy and comfortable, while also offering enough bolstering for support during spirited driving. Head and leg room are also quite good, accommodating drivers over six feet tall with ease. The rear seats are small, and only minimal knee and leg room is available with the front seats at their rearmost positions. With slightly shorter front-row occupants, the rear seat can work even for taller adults, but on the whole, it's best reserved for children and gear.
Cargo space isn't abundant, but it's not bad for a two-plus-two coupe. The trunk is reasonably sized with a well-shaped aperture allowing medium-sized bags to fit easily. The rear seats also fold flat to open up much more horizontal space, though taller items won't fit in the trunk.
Scion says the FR-S was designed to hold four wheels and tires, a toolbox, and a helmet--all you need for a basic day at the track.